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Celebrations are pretty much, parties, in most cases, but the party is to celebrate happy times.
By Conor URL on 09.19.2011
To celebrate is to have fun or even to party about something that has gone well for you overall, a celebration is a really fun thing!
By Brodie on 09.19.2011
Celebrate. Celebrate means many things, you could be celebrating your birthday or celebrating a family members wedding. Celebrating is wonderful opportunities to catch up with friends and family.
By Jordan13 on 09.19.2011
No don’t celebrate
Why don’t you celebrate
Because I don’t want to
Well you should
By Jay jay snacks URL on 09.19.2011
All sorts of different ways to say and to celebrate.
I celebrate to a lot of things eg, parties, weddings, general things, like certificates and rewards.
I like celebrating
By Gigantor URL on 09.19.2011
Celebrate, to celebrate with friends and family, big party’s and dinners that represent and celebrate certain times of the year and things that are or have happened. Celebration is a word of love, friendship and in some cases it can envolve giving.
By Josh ross on 09.19.2011
It is good to celebrate things it gives you something to look forward to and get exited about. Celebrations can leed to many great things and many great things can happen
By Madrag on 09.19.2011
Celebrate. This makes me think of my family celebrations. I wish I could celebrate during these. But, I find myself saddened during these. Family fights, arguments over dumb things make me sad, wishing I had more to my life. Other families have fun, but I feel forced to hide from the fights during celebrations. I wish I could happily celebrate.
By Katie on 09.19.2011
To celebrate you need to party. And to party you need to celebrate?
By bmeyer16 URL on 09.19.2011
Celebrate, this is a time when something happens like a birthday and people celebrate it because it’s fun. I like to celebrate things like Christmas and birthdays. People celebrate things with cake and games or going out to eat with friends.
By Ebrough on 09.19.2011
I like to celebrate because it is fun. But lets break down the word… Cele means nothing, neither does brate. Until now! I declare that the word brate now means fat little animal. E.g. That baboon Is brate!
By Dominator URL on 09.19.2011
I love to celebrate, parties and Christmas it is great. When we celebrate it is a time to get together with everybody and have a good time. It is also a time to party all day.
By Tommy on 09.19.2011
A Celebration is when people will praise someone for a thing they have done, there are also celebrations for festivals, and Special days like Christmas,Easter, New Years Eve and more.
By Sam Baum URL on 09.19.2011
Calebrate is the best thing to do. You can celebrate your friends birthday, you can celebrate christmas with family and friends. You might have a party to celebrate nothing. Celebrating is fun or everyone.
By Brock on 09.19.2011
Celebrate good times come on yeah, du du du du woo hoo ,celebrate good times come on wooooooo hoooo and ddont u love that song it is ledgen- wait for it and I hope ur not lactose en tolerante because the next word is dairy.
Cow monkey Olga dooga endubally plop
By Chicken bomb squad ! URL on 09.19.2011
Birthday making friends
Wedding ? I don’t now any thing else to say?
By Joelzer12 on 09.19.2011
mrs mcallous wid skin a leprechaun
By jack maye URL on 09.19.2011
Parties are great. you see a bunch of your friends, you sing and dance, you try yummy foods… Even in the darkest times, people find a reason to celebrate. Everyone wants to be happy and celebrating get’s everybody in high spirits.
By Isobel on 09.19.2011
This is my fourth time I have gotten the word celebrate. I have tried to skip it, but I don’t know how. There are a lot of things I don’t know how to do, that I wish I did. For instance, I wish I could play the guitar. I play a ton of instruments, but no strings. I tried the violin, but had a terrible teacher. Maybe I’ll pick it up again sometime.
Celebrating is fun. You can celebrate all kind of happenings with friends and family. for example you can celebrate a birthday or an anniversary or maybe a promotion. celebration means partys and partys are fun
By Kim on 09.19.2011
party fun action love chaos family confusion graduation confetti cake food drinks people frustration panic excitement strangers invitations awkwardenss communication lack of communication fun said fun
By juliet on 09.19.2011
celebrate…. What??? Who’s existence am i celebrating?? Where does my existence fit in this chaotic amalgamation of anesthetists? Who are you to judge me or tell me that I am wrong, Who are these people that doubt me? So I can’t carry on? Why oh why do I ask so many questions… is my self loathing leading me astray? Where do I burn my bridges? So he can’t lay in my bed? When and where will i find my faith? In myself and not the man in my bed? Why do i listen to such criticism? It will only lead me astray! they tell me to stay positive to lay the demons in the dark. When I am brushed, wiped and scrubbed of all that gives me my spark. Is it because I’m mad????? Hell I don’t know, but surely there is some way, to be a woman with a mediocre IQ to live in present day!!! Without too much hate – and to celebrate the beauty we share and admire in this land – may i, if i can, add?
By Roz on 09.19.2011
What was once a day to celebrate love, has become a day of sorrow, regret and pain. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
By Tanya B. URL on 09.19.2011
If ever there was a week to celebrate – then this was it. All was in readiness – except for the food. And that damned phone constantly ringing! Why was it that telemarketers should pick this week
By Amimee URL on 09.19.2011
- All kinds of music with that word in my head.
I’m not sure I’ll be able to write anything creative. The music is too loud.
By Noisy Quiet URL on 09.19.2011
Family parties are not that great. Everyone sits around and makes small talk to pretend we’re all getting along with perfect families. Everyone ignores the elephant in the room: Grandma’s anorexia, Papa’s memory loss, Uncle Brandon’s drinking problem. It’s just a facade of happiness.
By laxmiddie on 09.19.2011
They got to the room as soon as the reception was over. They were still laughing about all the antics their friends had set up for them. They looked into each others eyes: they were about to start their own marriage celebration
By Bill URL on 09.19.2011
I had a celebration once. I just took out my cute leggings and headed off to Elle’s house. She always had the best little parties. We always had such a fun time, and even though I was shy, her friends always were nice to me. She was pretty.
By Jamie on 09.19.2011
new year’s eve. goddammit, that was a long time ago. but really, it was also the last time i actually celebrated something, when there was something worth celebrating. new beginnings. graves dug up to be filled with new dirt.
By Emeline Houle URL on 09.19.2011
“Celebrate we will, for life is short but sweet for certain.” Amen.
By Nole URL on 09.19.2011
He didn’t feel like it was the time to celebrate anything, he had just learned a scary and true fact about himself that he wished he hadn’t. he was a user just like his father and mother, and despite years of trying to stay away from that path, he hadn’t. but the next time he saw the person he thought used, he wondered of he just needed someone so bad and that person was the only one to give it, the feeling new and it made him feel guilty.
By abr URL on 09.19.2011
I want to celebrate with her and smile my best smile and wish her happiness, but my heart won’t be in it. I’ll be whispering a prayer and hoping that my arms give her strength for a future that will be less than a celebration.
By nannan URL on 09.19.2011
She sighed, tired from a long day and not one call from family and friends. She kicked off her shoes and turned on her light – her best friend was sitting on her couch. “Uh-uh, that won’t do at all. C’mon. We’re getting you dressed, and we’re gonna go out a celebrate. Only one way to appreciate your twenty-first~!”
She laughed, her day instantly brighter.
By NDNightshade URL on 09.19.2011
Let’s celebrate the joyous day where I stumbled on the pavement into the arms of a wondrous man. Let’s celebrate the day I met a pair of crystal blue eyes and a smile with a pink tongue hanging out at the side. Let’s celebrate the day I laughed till my stomach hurt with a warm hand on my shoulder at a coffee shop. Let’s celebrate the moments I fell more and more in love with a perfect boy. Let’s celebrate us.
By Mar URL on 09.19.2011
What does it mean to celebrate. I guess it means to participate in something that makes you happy but if your celebrating something you don’t really believe in does it still count. probably it’s like merry making but you should probably celebrate things that are important to you and not just to society.
By Zero on 09.19.2011
celebration is the key to achieving success again and again. it is the feeling of fufillment after you achieve a new goal , something you have worked so hard for and finally you get the experience of dwelling in your victory. something you share with family and friends- the moment of being filled up with joy because a friend has gained a new experience.
By Elle URL on 09.19.2011
she wid shkin him alive… the same wan
celebrate life! I’m celebrating the fact that our birth mother chose life for our daughter. Because of this decision, she also chose us to be the adoptive parents and see celebrate life together.
By Sonnet Gal URL on 09.19.2011
celebrate what you’ve got, easier said than done. but it is true. everything you face, though you can’t see it at the time, is there to guide you toward who it is you want to be. but lament when you want to. this way you learn to appreciate the consequence even more.
By kaorita on 09.19.2011
Celebrate? It’s all about the music. Celebrate good times come on! (Let’s celebrate, it’s a celebration!) Celebrate! Celebrate! Dance to the music! So much singing and dancing about celebrating. It’s funny that we celebrate during the happy times but not the solemn times. Wouldn’t it be nice to dance at a funeral? People wouldn’t dread it. Celebrate! Find a reason to be happy not just when you’re happy, right? Maybe we’re just obsessed with solemnity and austerity. It’s the emo kid syndrome and all; why be excited? Why show some joy? Why not celebrate first and find a reason second??
By Randy B URL on 09.19.2011